Whether they are working on the sports field or within the TV or radio arena, sports personalities have real insight into what it takes to be the best. As such, they are ideally placed to provide first-hand insight into the characters of their individual game – whether it be Athletics, Football, Cricket, Rugby, Tennis or Golf.
And let’s not forget, these guys have had the fortune of being in sporting venues around the globe as sporting history has been made; from Football World Cup finals, to breath-taking 100 m Sprint Olympic finals.
At Prime Performers, we provide Sports personalities that can share experiences, amusing anecdotes and expert opinion on a range of sports, from Football to Formula One. If you want your event to be not only in with a sporting chance but a winning success, give us a call and we will discuss our sports presenters with you in more depth, and in doing so ensure that you are provided with the perfect sports personality on the day.
Paralympic medalist and TV presenter
One of the UK’s leading football broadcasters and is a current presenter on Sky Sports News.
British Skeleton racer who won gold at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi
Better known as The Stig from BBC’s internationally acclaimed Top Gear TV Show
7/7 survivor and Paralympic athlete, Inspirational and motivational speaker.
Toby is a motor racing journalist and presenter who has a passion for everything in life from MotoGP to Four Wheelers.
Robbie Fowler former professional footballer and manager, turned pundit and entrepreneur.
Retired professional footballer turned commentator and pundit.
Shane Williams is one of the best wingers in world rugby.
Sir Anthony McCoy OBE is the world’s greatest jump jockey. He has dominated his sport for over 2 decades, making him one of the UK's highest profile sporting talents. Sir Anthony, also known as “AP”, is the …
Sir Anthony McCoy OBE
Olympic Champion Anna Watkins MBE, won Gold at the London 2012 Games in the double sculls alongside Katherine Grainger.
Hugely popular, race wining competitor, in the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC), managing a 2-car team and driving competitively, since joining the championship in 2011.